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With the price of monitors these days, you can pick up a 19" new for less than 100. Or you can find them used for 50. I would replace it, but if you want to keep it, the go to HP web site and get an user manuel and try to adjust the settings.
I don't think degaussing your monitor is going to help with this issue. Degaussing mainly addresses color correction around the monitor edges due to a magnetic field and applies to CRT monitors not LCD monitors which yours is. If by your term "shaky" you mean the image is unstable, then the problem is either in the main board which controls the X Y sync or with the power supply board. If you are knowledgeable with electronics you could probably repair this at home for $40 or less. If not then I would shop for another monitor to replace yours. Don't throw your old monitor away, instead post it for sale on craigslist. There are a lot of do it yourself type people who will buy this either for parts or to repair and resell. I don't know what it will bring as far as cash, might be $40 might be $5 but anything is better than zero.
This depends on your video card's capabilities. Try setting it to the lowest value, and then work your way up. If the screen is shaky, this may be a monitor problem. You may also try to set the refresh rate for the monitor lower, as this can be the cause of shakiness.
Same problem - unplug both computer and monitor - hold power button for monitor for 15-30 seconds...then power it back on and then power on the computer. Seems from other sites there is a power issue with the monitor - this worked for me.
Look to see if there is any kind of magnet by the screen. Even speakers wil do it. So does anything that emits micro waves such as cell phones and microwave ovens. So just move it or anything that you think could mess it up.